The answer my Dear Franz is - YES.
I am very active on the Rugby Newsgroups.
However I find this drift absolute childish nonsense.
Have a good day - with a slug or two.
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[remainer snipped for decency]
My, my, such language!
Dear Mr. Newton, please do not be so vulgar in these newsgroups. While you
may regard the gardening newsgroups perhaps as a locker room, there are
others who regard it as a tea party, and find your shouting, nasty
derogatory terms, and scatalogical slang to be unpleasant and disruptive.
please substitute yahoo for mousepotato to reply
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Actually, I found his rant to be quite amusing.
While I try to use some decorum in my own communications, my term of
service in the military has desensitized me to most invective.
Botton line is snails and slugs are good for nothing except bird food. Get
some ducks or chickens if you want to control them organically. They also
hate copper and will not cross a strip of copper, so you can wrap copper
foil around the stems of affected plants and they will not crawl past that.
Go out in the morning and pick them off by hand. Look for their hiding
places (under rocks and boards); they will not be very far from the plants.
Reduce the number of hiding places. Use slug and snail bait where needed.
Got to reduce their populations. - Thanks, C.
Only when crapies like you swim around in my computer scrern and leave
little dung threads hanging from their behinds. Just like you and how your
crappy pappy always taught you. See what I mean now? Please stop pooping
your crap all over this chat space and I will not report you to EARTHLINK
like I did to packrat the raturd. You don't see her writing here any more
do you? Got it, fellah? Good. Thanks for nothing - C.
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